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Six cybersecurity stocks worthy of consideration – report
From 2021 to 2022, a surge of 38% in global cyber attacks was observed, costing organisations an average of more than $4 million in intrusion costs.
ACY Securities partners with Currencycloud to aid trade market access
ACY Securities partners with Currencycloud to accelerate their clients' access to trade in the global market using Currencycloud’s plug-and-play platform.
Energy sector leads turbulence across global economy
Exxon Mobil – the largest United States oil and gas company – suffered the hardest hit, losing a market cap of US$82.02 billion in the last six months.
US oil & energy providers hit by plunging market cap in 1H 2020
As the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic continues to lead many market sectors into turbulence, the energy sector has not escaped unscathed.
Sydney IT consultant charged with insider trading and unauthorised access to data
Steven Oakes faces 115 charges, including insider trading and destroying ASIC-required data.
Xero climbs into ASX100 as Vocus Group dropped
Xero, the New Zealand-based cloud accounting software, has been added to the ASX100, while telecommunications company Vocus Group is removed.
Samsung posts healthy Q4 profit and 50:1 stock split
Samsung shares surge on robust profits and planned 50:1 stock split.
Global warning as spam attacks target stock market manipulation
Sophisticated spam blitz threatens markets as Retarus flags a botnet's discreet bid to skew a Latvian stock's value.
Okta celebrates going public on the Nasdaq Stock Market
The enterprise software company is quickly becoming a household name in APAC with great inroads in Australia and New Zealand.
GeoOp to raise $2.4M in private placement to fund Australian growth, SPP to follow
GeoOp to raise $2.4m to fund expansion in Australia through private placement to foreign investors, senior management and the board.
Rakon back to profit
Rakon swings to £3.2m profit, despite higher debt, shifting production out of the UK to boost margins.
While you were sleeping: JPMorgan Chase delivers
Wall Street advanced, pushing the Dow and the S&P 500 higher, after JPMorgan Chase reported better-than-expected earnings and energy stocks rose with.
FMA found nothing untoward in SkyCity share trading before casino statement
The Financial Markets Authority says it found nothing of concern in trading of SkyCity Entertainment Group shares ahead of a government announcement t.
NZX share trading rises for second month in March
The volume and value of cash trading on New Zealand's stock market rose for the second consecutive month in March as the NZX 50 Index rose to record l.
Diligent names Brian Stafford as new CEO; Sodi to focus on product design and development
Diligent Board Member Services, the governance software developer, named former McKinsey partner Brian Stafford as its president and chief executive,.
MARKET CLOSE: NZ shares rise, led by A2 on ASX debut
NZ shares edge up, with A2's ASX debut fuelling a 12% surge amid broader mixed results.
While you were sleeping: US durable goods orders drop
Stocks on Wall Street and in Europe slid after an unexpected drop in US durable goods orders bolstered concern about the strong greenback and its impa.
Auckland Airport international passenger numbers rise 5.4% in February, on jump in Chinese
Auckland International Airport said international passenger numbers through New Zealand's busiest gateway rose 5.
While you were sleeping: Weak data quell rate rise fear
Wall Street advanced as weaker-than-expected data on US manufacturing and the housing industry bolstered hopes the Federal Reserve might affirm that i.
NZOG says acceptances in Cue takeover lift holding to 27%, close to target
New Zealand Oil and Gas said acceptances under its hostile takeover offer for ASX-listed Cue Energy Resources lift its interest in the target company.
While you were sleeping: Pressure eases on Fed
Wall Street gained after a surprise drop in US retail sales bolstered hope that Federal Reserve policy makers might not be in a rush to raise interest.
While you were sleeping: Greenback extends rally
Wall Street seesawed as the US dollar continued its climb amid bets the Federal Reserve is gearing up to lift interest rates as early as June.
While you were sleeping: Dollar strength hits stocks, oil
Wall Street dropped as the US dollar continued to strengthen amid bets the US Federal Reserve will raise interest rates soon.
NZ listed company earnings underwhelm analysts in market priced for stronger growth
New Zealand's listed companies beat earnings estimates on average in the latest results season, but still fell short of the bullish growth expectation.